(COPPEROPOLIS, Calif.) - Copperopolis Town Square - the events, shopping and entertainment hub of Calaveras County - announces its live musical performance lineup for "Copper Concerts" on all five Saturday nights in September, featuring some of the best musical entertainment in Northern California.
The outdoor concerts are complimentary to the public and will be held in the Copperopolis Town Square from 7-10 p.m., beginning Labor Day weekend. Parking is $5 with proceeds benefiting the Copper Hills 4-H Club and FFA.
The schedule features a diverse roster of crowd pleasing talent including:
September 1 - Journey Revisited
Journey Revisited is a tribute band to one of the America's greatest rock bands of all time with hits such as "Don't Stop Believin" and "Open Arms." A youth band from Modesto, The Black Skulls (ages 9-12) will set the evening in motion with classic rock favorites.
September 8 - Josh Pfeiffer
Calling to mind the timeless and engaging styles of Frank Sinatra and Bobby Darin, Josh Pfeiffer is a true modern day crooner. A familiar name in Tuolumne and Calaveras Counties, he offers upbeat music fused with jazz, swing and big band sounds from the 1940s. Grant Davis from Reno, NV will return to sing his rendition of "Someone to Watch Over Me," which electrified the crowd last year along with other popular hits.
September 15 - Joni Morris
Playing the best country music from yesterday and today, Joni Morris and her "Tribute to Patsy Cline" with the Legendary Ladies of Country Music always provides an unforgettable concert for guests of all ages.
September 22 - Rock Show
Rock Show will feature a high energy theatrical music performance by John Campanella of Copperopolis as well an 80's costume contest for attendees. The Black Skulls return with High Voltage (ages 12-15) to open the show.
September 29 - The Boys of Summer
Paying homage to The Eagles, The Boys of Summer will tantalize the audience with hits such as "Take it Easy," "Witchy Woman," and "Hotel California."
"Our September Copper Concerts lineup includes a wide range of musical talent, across several genres," says Linda Stefanick, Vice President and Event Director for Castle & Cooke Calaveras, Inc. "This year, we are excited to feature two upcoming youth bands as part of our concert series."
Local musician Michael Impink will also delight the audience at each concert with an array of new songs.
For an additional cost, attendees can reserve a table with wine through Copper Cellars, one of the newest businesses at the Town Square. Cost for four is $10 plus a minimum purchase of one bottle of wine, starting at $15. Tables are limited so please call 209.785.9292 for reservations.
The shops and restaurants will be open late each concert night. Visitors should arrive early, select their spot and browse the shops or order food-to-go from the restaurants. Guests are encouraged to bring a lawn chair and relax in the park, or enjoy the music from the patio at Panini's Italian Grill, Snaps Coffee House and Wine Bar or Griff's BBQ & Grill.
Copperopolis Town Square is situated in the rolling foothills of the Central Sierra in Calaveras County, two hours from the Bay Area and 1.5 hours from Sacramento.
For information about Copperopolis Town Square, events and its businesses: 866.276.4235, www.CopperopolisTownSquare.com
Information about real estate opportunities are available at Copper Valley Realty, also located in the Copperopolis Town Square. For more information: 209.785.9700, www.CopperopolisProperties.com